The Oscars, the world’s biggest film festival, have been postponed for two months due to the global epidemic of coronavirus.
According to a foreign news agency, the release dates of many films have been postponed due to the lockdown due to Corona.
On the other hand, the release date for Oscar-nominated films has been extended, and now films released till February 28, 2021, will be able to participate in the competition.
Given the circumstances, it remains to be seen whether the event will be live as before or virtual under the new circumstances.
Academy organizers have also postponed the opening of the Motion Picture Museum, which is being set up in the US state of Los Angeles until April 30.
On the other hand, the organizers of the Emmy Awards for Television have announced that the award ceremony will continue in September.
It should be noted that while the global economy has been affected by the coronavirus, the entertainment industry has also been severely affected by the epidemic.